Electoral district of Springwood
The district is based in the south-eastern suburbs of Brisbane. It is named for suburb of Springwood and also includes the suburbs of Daisy Hill, Loganholme, Rochedale South and Shailer Park. The electorate was first contested in 1986.
History and political profile
The inaugural member for Springwood was Huan Fraser, who represented the National Party. Labor's Molly Robson defeated Fraser in the 1989 state election. She held the seat in the 1992 election, but lost it to the Liberal's Luke Woolmer in 1995 on the back of the Koala tollway controversy, in which the sitting Labor government had announced plans to build a tollway through a koala sanctuary. Woolmer won the seat with a 19.4% swing, but narrowly lost it to Labor in 1998. Labor continued to hold the seat in the 2001, 2004, 2006 and 2010 elections. In 2012, John Grant, a Logan City Councilor, won the seat for the Liberal National Party with a 19.47% swing. 
Members for Springwood
|John Grant||Liberal National||2012–present|
|Queensland state election, 2012: Springwood|
|Liberal National||John Grant||15,939||55.67||+15.46|
|Katter's Australian||Julian Tocaciu||1,923||6.72||+6.72|
|Family First||Chris Lawrie||845||2.95||+2.95|
|Total formal votes||28,633||97.86||-0.08|
|Liberal National||John Grant||17,256||65.39||+19.47|
|Liberal National gain from Labor||Swing||+19.47|
- Green, Anthony. "Springwood (Key Seat)". ABC Elections: 2009 Queensland Election (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). Retrieved 6 February 2010.
- Electorate Profile (Antony Green, ABC)